The Fire Department currently operates with the 1982 Pumper, 1994 grass fire truck, 1989 Tanker, 2005 Pumper and 2010 Tanker.
The number one truck is a 2005 Pierce Contender with a six man cab. It pumps 1250 gallons of water per minute, has a small foam tank and carries turnout gear, air packs, lodders, fans etc.
Number two truck is 2010 Pirece Contender tanker truck. This truck carries 3,000 gallons of water, has a 500 gallons per minute pump with two hand lines and a 3,500 gallon drop tank.
The number three truck is a 1989 Ford tanker truck that is used to shuttle large quantities of water. This tandem axle truck carries 3500 gallons of water, a drop tank and a floating pump.
The number four truck is a 1994 F-350 Ford used primarily for fighting brush and grass fires. It is also used for snow removal at the fire and township halls.
Truck number five is the original fire department pumper truck from 1982. It can pump 1000 gallons of water per minute and is used primarily to fill the tanker trucks from one of the departments dry hydrants or the river.